Alleged impaired driver travelling on rims: WRPS
Waterloo regional police have charged a man with impaired driving after he was pulled over in Kitchener over the weekend.
Officials said they received a report about the driver around 11:45 a.m. Saturday in the area of Trussler Road and Huron Road.
Witnesses told police they were driving on the passenger-side rims and there was fluid leaking from the vehicle.
The driver was pulled over in the area of Strasburg Road.
A 35-year-old Kitchener man was charged with impaired driving, impaired over 80 and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle.
Police said nine people have been charged with impaired driving over the past four days.
Over the past four days, nine motorists were charged with impaired-related offences.
Thank you to the concerned citizens who reported a suspected impaired driver on Trussler Rd after they observed a vehicle being driven on rims and fluid leaking.
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